Physics 24A — Mechanics and Wave Motion
This course provides a relatively sophisticated introduction to classical mechanics. Students are given challenging problems which have them apply Newton’s laws and conservation laws to better understand how our world works. Students study both static and dynamic systems, and learn to develop mathematical models of systems. Invitation to enroll in the course is based on performance on a placement exam administered typically on the first Saturday of the fall semester.
|Lectures||Shanahan 2440||TR at 09:35–10:50||Donnelly|
|Section 1||Shanahan 2440||MW at 10:00–10:50||Donnelly|
|Section 2||Shanahan 2440||MW at 11:00–11:50||Donnelly|